You are in your 30's and dating a woman in her 30's and when you ask her about her past you find out you are not like any of the men she went for in her 20's. You make further enquirer and ask her what she sees in you, when you are so different from all the other men that she went for in the past.
And she replies with this:
"Priorities change as you age. When I was young, all i really cared about was look and perhaps whether the guy was good in bed. However, as I got older I started to look for less superficial traits that would make a relationship last. It becomes essential that someone wants to commit to you for the long haul, and will be there for the good times and bad."
How would you feel?
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I'd interpret as she spent her most attractive years hooking up and having fun and with guys she saw as being more attractive than I am but she's willing to settle for me now because I'd be a good stable choice to buy a house and raise kids with.
I do not find it even remotely flattering and would dump her soon after learning this.